Blog Posts, Releases Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Inequities In Medical Oxygen Access; Call To Waive Intellectual Property Rules; Health Information Management

BMJ Opinion: Covid-19 has turned the spotlight on the uneven provision of oxygen — a stark health inequity
Kevin Watkins, CEO of Save the Children U.K., and Adamu Isah, chief of party for the INSPIRING Project at Save the Children Nigeria (12/11).

Brookings Institution: The promise and peril of anti-pandemic technology
Heidi Tworek, assistant professor at the University of British Columbia and non-resident fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States (12/10).

Global Citizen: ‘We Have Been Here Before’: South African Health Advocate Recalls HIV/AIDS Crisis Amid COVID-19
Jacky Habib, freelance journalist (12/10).

Human Rights Watch: Urgently Waive Intellectual Property Rules for Vaccine (12/10).

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: COVID 19: Health workers from around the world call for recognition of, response to pandemic’s frontline toll
Antigone Barton, writer and editor of Science Speaks and editorial director at the Infectious Diseases Society of America (12/10).

WHO: Call for Action: Managing the Infodemic Manifesto (12/11).

World Economic Forum: This is how we can save millions of people from extreme poverty after COVID-19
Douglas Broom, senior writer for Formative Content (12/10).

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